When we Leave on free streaming in 24 languages on ARTE

From International Women’s Day on March 8 and for further three months, ARTE will stream the film When we Leave (Die Fremde) by Feo Aladag, winner of the LUX Prize 2010, on its website, free-of-charge, in the 24 languages of the European Union.

The LUX Prize, awarded each year by the European Parliament, pursues two main objectives: supporting circulation of European co-productions within the Union and spotlighting public debate on Europe and on Europe-wide societal issues. The European Parliament subtitles the films in competition for the LUX prize in the 24 official languages of the EU. The mission of ARTE, the European Cultural Channel, is to develop and to broadcast programs that promote mutual understanding and unity among peoples from different cultural backgrounds.

It is therefore natural that ARTE, which has coproduced several of the awarded films since the creation of the prize in 2007, launches a partnership with the LUX Prize.

When we Leave will be available on www.arte.tv/prix-lux

When we Leave will also be broadcasted on ARTE channel on March 13. The Goethe Institute and Information offices of the European Parliament are also cooperating in organising screenings in Member States.

 

Watch the Interview of Doris Pack, Chairwoman of the Committee on Culture:

Watch the video of Feo Aladag at the last Berlinale, where she premiered her new feature Inbetween Worlds: